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- Well maintained, south facing and very tranquil five star park.
- Fabulous location, just 350 yards from the sea, pub and shop.
- Caring owners live on site in order to assist with your holiday.
Pinewood is at Wiseman’s Bridge, midway between the pretty coastal villages of Saundersfoot and Amroth, in the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. We offer relaxation, peace and tranquillity in quality accommodation that is situated on Cliff Road, a no-through lane, yet just 350 yards from the beach, pub and shop at Wiseman’s Bridge. Pinewood is an ideal place to stay, with the internationally famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Footpath running straight past our drive. Simply park your car on our large car park and enjoy a pleasant stroll, or cycle ride, to Amroth and Saundersfoot. Besides the popular seaside town of Tenby, which is just 5 miles away and Narberth, with its individual retail outlets, 6 miles away, there is a plethora of local attractions for both young and old alike.Please note, we are PET FREE.
Pinewood Caravan Park, situated in the heart of Saundersfoot Bay, is a Visit Wales 5 star site, the highest rating available. We have just eight luxury static caravans, a mixture of 4 and 6 berth and all are the larger 12ft wide models, in a largely lawned setting. It is an extremely safe environment for children, being largely enclosed and with no direct access to any busy roads. We are a family run caravan holiday park which is highly maintained and our aim is to make your stay as enjoyable as possible so that you return time and time again.
All caravans are kitted out to the highest standards, with heating in the bedrooms, shower and lounge, instant hot water, fully fitted kitchens and a flat screen TV/DVD in the lounge, and all are cleaned to tip-top standard by owners Jim and Chris. There’s a paved path to each caravan and they all come with their own patio area with garden furniture. Gas and electric are included in the tariff.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Commercial vehicles allowed
No dogs allowed
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Tiny (1-10 pitches)
- Coach stations
Kilgetty Coach Stop
— 1.7 miles
1.7 miles Tenby: Upper Park Rd Coach Stop — 3.9 miles
3.9 miles St Clears (Carmarthenshire) Coach Stop — 10.2 miles
- Train stations
Kilgetty Rail Station
— 1.5 miles
1.5 miles Saundersfoot Rail Station — 1.5 miles
1.5 miles Tenby Rail Station — 3.9 miles
- Ferry ports
Tenby Ferry Landing
— 3.7 miles
3.7 miles Caldey Island Ferry Landing — 6.0 miles
6.0 miles Pembroke Dock Ferry Terminal — 11.9 miles
— 27.7 miles
From Carmarthen take A48 to St Clears.
At roundabout at St Clears, take the first exit on to the A477, signposted to Tenby and Pembroke Dock. After approximately eight miles, pass through hamlet of Llanteg. 1.5 miles after Llanteg take a turning on the left signposted to Amroth and Wiseman's Bridge.
After one mile take a left turn, again signposted to Amroth and Wiseman's Bridge. Pass through the hamlet of Summerhill and after 0.5 miles, look for a 'beware of cyclists', a 30mph and a left turn sign in the hedge on the left. Make a very sharp turn left into Cliff Road. Pinewood is 20 yards up Cliff Road on the right.
Wangle some time at Wiseman’s Bridge beach first for rock-pooling or for landing some sea bass, mackerel and flounder fishing directly from the beach; you can also try some deep water angling from boats at nearby Saundersfoot and Tenby.
For Wiseman walkers, steam west from the beach along the old railway line track to the tunnel to the quiet beach at Coppet Hall; there’s another tunnel from here connecting with Saundersfoot.
Both Saundersfoot and Amroth beaches are within an easy walk of Wiseman’s along the coastal footpath. The one-mile stretch of Amroth beach is 15 minutes away and is well known for its archaeological finds; keep an eye out for the prehistoric trees sticking up from the sand at low tide. Saundersfoot is 25 minutes away in the other direction with its sandy beach, harbour for boat trips and several shops and cafés.
For more leg-stretching walks, the National Trust Gardens of Colby is half an hour away and the historic fishing village of Tenby within five miles; there’s a museum and art gallery in the town, and boats can be hailed for trips to the monastic Caldey Island in spring and summer. (The lavender perfume sold by the Caldey Island monks was described as ‘simply the best lavender soliflore on earth’ by the perfume expert Luca Turin.) Tenby is also the site of a beachside golf course, one of several in Pembrokeshire covering all types of terrain from seaside to parkland.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is within easy access for serious striders; this 186-mile stretch passes 58 beaches as well as cliffs, coves, valleys and headlands and joins the Ceredigion Coast Path to the north. Determined trekkers can also join the new Wales Coast Path from Amroth, which covers 870 miles from Chepstow to Queensferry; those who’d rather sit down while they sightsee will find acres of accessible cycle and off-road trails along both routes.
If that sounds like a bit too much effort, there are plenty of Pembrokeshire sights and attractions within easy driving distance for day trips: the kids can drop the wise act and act foolish at Folly Farm or fossilised at The Dinosaur Park, both within 15 minutes’ drive, as are the Oakwood Theme Park, the Manor House Wildlife Park and the Blue Lagoon Water Park.
Slightly further afield, but still within easy reach, there’s the National Botanic Garden of Wales and castles galore including Pembroke, Carew and Haverfordwest.
- Pembroke Castle (10.7 miles)
- Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (11.3 miles)
- Pembrey Country Park (16.3 miles)
- Tudor Merchant's House (3.9 miles)
- Stackpole Estate (12.8 miles)
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